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Economic Interests and Public Support for the Euro
Unformatted Document Text:  18 References Banducci, Susan, Jeffrey Karp, and Peter Loedel. 2003. “The Euro, Economic Interests, and Multi-Level Governance: Examining Support for the Common Currency,” European Journal of Political Research, 42 (5) 685-703. Bundebank Monthly Report of the Deutsche Bundesbank, (Frankfurt/Main), September 1990. Erdal, Kenneth. 2005. “EU Citizens and European Central Bank Support: An Individual Level Analysis,” Dissertation, University of Bergen. European Central Bank 2008. Statistical Data Warehouse, http://www.ecb.int/stats/prices/hicp/html. European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumer Protection. 2002. “Qualitative Study on EU Citizens and the Euro in the Months Following its Introduction.” Gabel, Mathew. 1998. Interest and Integration: Market Liberalization, Public Opinion and European Union. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press). Gabel, Matthew and Simon Hix. 2005. “Understanding Public Support for British Membership of the Single Currency,” Political Studies, 53: 65-81. Gabel, Matthew and Kenneth Scheve. 2007. “Estimating the Effect of Elite Communications on Public Opinion Using Instrumental Variables” American Journal of Political Science 51(4): 1013-1028. G ä rtner, M. “Who wants the euro – and why? Economic explanations of public attitudes towards a single European currency,” Public Choice, 93 (3-4): 487-510. Helleiner, Eric. 2003. The Making of National Money: Territorial Currencies in Historical Perspective (Ithaca: Cornell University Press). Howarth, David and Peter Loedel. 2005. The New European Leviathan? The European Central Bank (Palgrave: London). Jupille, Joseph and David LeBlang, 2007. “Voting for Change: Calculation, Community and Euro Referendums,” International Organization 61(4): 763-782. Kaltenthaler, Karl and Christopher Anderson. 2001. “Europeans and Their Money: Explaining Public Support for the Common Currency,” European Journal of Political Research, 40 139-70. Loedel, Peter. 1999. Deutsche Mark Politics: Germany in the European and International Monetary System. (Boulder CO: Lynne Rienner).

Authors: Banducci, Susan., Karp, Jeffrey. and Loedel, Peter.
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References

Banducci, Susan, Jeffrey Karp, and Peter Loedel. 2003. “The Euro, Economic
Interests, and Multi-Level Governance: Examining Support for the Common
Currency,” European Journal of Political Research, 42 (5) 685-703.

Bundebank Monthly Report of the Deutsche Bundesbank, (Frankfurt/Main),
September 1990.

Erdal, Kenneth. 2005. “EU Citizens and European Central Bank Support: An
Individual Level Analysis,” Dissertation, University of Bergen.

European Central Bank 2008. Statistical Data Warehouse,
http://www.ecb.int/stats/prices/hicp/html.

European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumer Protection.
2002. “Qualitative Study on EU Citizens and the Euro in the Months
Following its Introduction.”

Gabel, Mathew. 1998. Interest and Integration: Market Liberalization, Public
Opinion and European Union. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

Gabel, Matthew and Simon Hix. 2005. “Understanding Public Support for British
Membership of the Single Currency,” Political Studies, 53: 65-81.

Gabel, Matthew and Kenneth Scheve. 2007. “Estimating the Effect of Elite
Communications on Public Opinion Using Instrumental Variables” American
Journal of Political Science
51(4): 1013-1028.

G
ä
rtner, M. “Who wants the euro – and why? Economic explanations of public
attitudes towards a single European currency,” Public Choice, 93 (3-4): 487-
510.

Helleiner, Eric. 2003. The Making of National Money: Territorial Currencies in
Historical Perspective (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

Howarth, David and Peter Loedel. 2005. The New European Leviathan? The
European Central Bank (Palgrave: London).

Jupille, Joseph and David LeBlang, 2007. “Voting for Change: Calculation,
Community and Euro Referendums,” International Organization 61(4): 763-
782.

Kaltenthaler, Karl and Christopher Anderson. 2001. “Europeans and Their Money:
Explaining Public Support for the Common Currency,” European Journal of
Political Research
, 40 139-70.

Loedel, Peter. 1999. Deutsche Mark Politics: Germany in the European and
International Monetary System. (Boulder CO: Lynne Rienner).


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